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Apple M1 Laptops (Late 2020): Air 8GB 512GB SSD 13.3" $1149, Air 8GB 256GB SSD EXPIRED

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  • Apple MacBook Air 13.3" with Retina Display, M1 Chip with 8-Core CPU and 7-Core GPU, 8GB Memory, 256GB SSD (Late 2020) $899
  • Apple MacBook Air 13.3" with Retina Display, M1 Chip with 8-Core CPU and 8-Core GPU, 8GB Memory, 512GB SSD (Late 2020) $1149
  • Apple 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, Apple M1 Chip with 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU, 256GB (Late 2020) $1199
  • Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" with Touch Bar & Retina Display, M1 Chip with 8-Core CPU and 8-Core GPU, 8GB Memory, 512GB (Late 2020) $1399
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  • Apple MacBook Air 13.3" with Retina Display, M1 Chip with 8-Core CPU and 7-Core GPU, 8GB Memory, 256GB SSD (Late 2020) $899
  • Apple MacBook Air 13.3" with Retina Display, M1 Chip with 8-Core CPU and 8-Core GPU, 8GB Memory, 512GB SSD (Late 2020) $1139
  • Apple 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, Apple M1 Chip with 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU, 256GB (Late 2020) $1199
  • Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" with Touch Bar & Retina Display, M1 Chip with 8-Core CPU and 8-Core GPU, 8GB Memory, 512GB (Late 2020) $1399
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Apple MacBook Air 13.3" with Retina Display, M1 Chip with 8-Core CPU and 7-Core GPU, 8GB Memory, 256GB SSD Late 2020$899 + free s/h

Apple MacBook Air 13.3" with Retina Display, M1 Chip with 8-Core CPU and 8-Core GPU, 8GB Memory, 512GB SSD Late 2020$1149 + free s/h

Apple 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, Apple M1 Chip with 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU, 256GB Late 2020$1199 + free s/h

Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" with Touch Bar & Retina Display, M1 Chip with 8-Core CPU and 8-Core GPU, 8GB Memory, 512GB Late 2020$1399 + free s/h
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Touch bar, more ports, brighter screen, different form factor.
You're talking about the difference between MBA and MBP. Please reread my original question, I was asking about the difference between the 2 MBA models. And btw they both have the same number of ports FYI
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I checked on internet and found that Apple allows only 8 gift card at a time. Not sure if its true.
Just load them to your apple account first...
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My MacBook Pro is almost 6 years old and runs just as new. I've had PC laptops and they all had issues sooner or later. Even though they have better specs, the macs still run better. Highly recommend trying one if never used before.
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Does this air has the same common ventilation/heat problem as it successor?
Nope. This laptop runs much cooler than the intel version. Absolutely amazing what Apple has done.
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It'll be the future, yes. For the 7% Apple niche 🤣
Im more referring to silicon based chips. Im sure Samsung and Qualcomm are in the works too as shown in the surface pro x. Just using 5nm chips the potential is so huge compared to intel using 14nm 10nm chips. The proof is already here with the m1 chips and thats only scratching the surface or a gen 1 product.
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I believe kalatoker was saying since it's the same price as Apple edu AND you can upgrade the SSD and RAM there, might as well get it from Apple rather than Adorama. I agree. 16GB RAM upgrade at Apple.edu is $180 vs the normal $200.

Tip: Buy 10x $100 Apple Gift cards from Target (or Best Buy when that goes live). Use that to buy your MacBook from Apple edu. Then you have $200 in Target gift cards left over. Also, don't forget to use your favorite cash back sites and/or credit card rewards mall offers if applicable.
I dont think you get 10X, $20 GCs if you buy all at once correct?
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It'll be the future, yes. For the 7% Apple niche 🤣
Do some research on these M1 MacBooks. Absolute game changer.
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It'll be the future, yes. For the 7% Apple niche 🤣
yikes
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What vendor doesn't charge taxes?
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I dont think you get 10X, $20 GCs if you buy all at once correct?
You need to make multiple transactions. No limit
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Im more referring to silicon based chips. Im sure Samsung and Qualcomm are in the works too as shown in the surface pro x. Just using 5nm chips the potential is so huge compared to intel using 14nm 10nm chips. The proof is already here with the m1 chips and thats only scratching the surface or a gen 1 product.
Smaller die size is virtually always a benefit. That's not exactly something that's exclusive to apple. Revert processor manufacturer will continue to shrink their die sizes, just like they've been doing for half a century.
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Does this air has the same common ventilation/heat problem as it successor?
No. M1 Chip runs far cooler than Intel chip.
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I believe kalatoker was saying since it's the same price as Apple edu AND you can upgrade the SSD and RAM there, might as well get it from Apple rather than Adorama. I agree. 16GB RAM upgrade at Apple.edu is $180 vs the normal $200.

Tip: Buy 10x $100 Apple Gift cards from Target (or Best Buy when that goes live). Use that to buy your MacBook from Apple edu. Then you have $200 in Target gift cards left over. Also, don't forget to use your favorite cash back sites and/or credit card rewards mall offers if applicable.
Does any cashback site or credit card rewards program offer cashback on newly launched products? I have only seen exclusions everywhere for new iphones, macs and ipads.
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Never gonna be the dominant player. EVER.
Maybe not as a company but I see all processors going silicon (Apple)/ARM based - a trend which Apple is setting.
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